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What's in the label?

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Crystal White

on 20 August 2014

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Transcript of What's in the label?

Nutrition Labels
-Nutrition labels are like a table of contents for your food or drink.
Nutrients are measured in grams milligrams or presented in percentages.
-Food Labels: Nutrient Content Claims

Food Label
Work in your groups and decide if these are correct according to the Nutrient Claims List
What's a vegetarian?
- A person who does not eat meat, and sometimes other animal products, especially for moral, religious, or health reasons.

- MyPlate.gov


What's in the label?
Get into small groups and rank the cereals from most sugary to least sugary.
After finding out the rankings were you surprised?
Take a look at the nutrient
claims sheet!
Food Label 1
Lucky Charms
Food Label 2
Sugar Free Oreos
6th Grade Health
Sugary Cereal Activity

- Advertisements: a form of marketing to persuade an audience to take part in the product.
- Misleading: Deception or only partial truth.
- Food and Drug Administration (FDA): an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services. Protects and promotes public health through regulating and supervision.

Assignment
Due Friday!
-Create a new food and design the food packaging.
-You may draw it out on blank paper, construction paper, on the computer, etc.
-You must include the food name and a picture of the package. The package must contain at least one of the terms on the nutrient content claims list.

6N1.2 and 6N1.3
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